Cayucos State Beach, Cayucos, CA 93430, USA
With four miles of sandy coastline, Cayucos State Beach is known for its beauty. Enjoy surfing, swimming, kayaking, sunbathing, fishing, jogging, and beach combing for shells and sea glass with seasonal lifeguards on duty. In addition to tide pools, keep your eye out for marine life like otters, seals, dolphins, and whales. Perfectly located just steps across from our boutique hotel.
10 Cayucos Dr, Cayucos, CA 93430, USA
Originally built in 1872 by the founder of the town, Captain James Cass, the Cayucos Pier was completely rebuilt in 2017 and offers panoramic views and licence-free fishing.
750 Hearst Castle Rd, San Simeon, CA 93452
Travel back in time and discover the enchanting and bizarre estate of William Randolph Hearst, a museum like no other. Each guided tour includes an IMAX film, "Building the Dream" and access to freely walk around the gardens and pools of the castle.
Higuera Street, San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
SLO Farmer's Market
The Downtown SLO Farmers’ Market is undoubtedly one of the most treasured events on the Central Coast and has a long history of bringing locals and visitors together to eat, shop, listen to music and connect with their community. The Market takes place every Thursday evening from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (weather permitting and excluding major holidays).
Highway 46, Templeton, CA, USA
Paso Robles Wine Region
There are more than 200 wineries in the adjacent Paso Robles Wine Region, most of which are family owned and operated businesses. Wineries are located throughout the region and a majority of them have regular tasting room hours. Please ask about our hotel's exclusive tasting tours!
Point Estero, California, USA
Point Estero Shipwreck
This marooned fishing boat that crashed into the rocks in 2017 and is Cayucos' newest landmark and a photographer's dream.
Cayucos State Beach, Cayucos, CA, USA
Discover a colorful array of shells, sea glass, and marine life such as starfish, crabs, fish, and even octopus.
Elephant Seal Vista Point, San Simeon, CA, USA
Elephant Seal Rookery
The northern elephant seal, Mirounga angustirostris, is an extraordinary marine mammal. It spends eight to ten months a year in the open ocean, diving 1000 to 5800 feet deep for periods of fifteen minutes to two hours, and migrating thousands of miles, twice a year, to its land-based rookery for birthing, breeding, molting, and rest. Piedras Blancas is a great place to view these remarkable creatures during their time onshore.
Morro Rock, Morro Bay, CA, USA
Morro Rock, a State Historic Landmark, was formed about 23 million years ago from the plugs of long-extinct volcanoes. Morro Rock was an important navigational aid for mariners for over 300 because the rock is approximately 576 feet tall which made it the most visible in a chain of 9 peaks.
Montana De Oro State Park, Los Osos, CA, USA
Montana De Oro
This park features rugged cliffs, secluded sandy beaches, coastal plains, streams, canyons, and hills, including 1,347-foot Valencia Peak. Naturalists and backpackers enjoy the solitude and freedom found along the park's trails. There are also mountain biking and equestrian trails. The best-known beach is Spooner's Cove. The park's name, "Mountain of Gold," comes from the golden wildflowers that bloom in spring. Wildlife in the park includes black tailed deer and the black oystercatcher.
Morro Bay Golf Course, 201 State Park Rd, Morro Bay, CA 93442, USA
Morro Bay Golf Course
Part of SLO County Golf's trio of courses. Morro Bay Golf Course is affordable golf at its finest! This player friendly course offers a gracious layout featuring stunning panoramic ocean views from every hole.
Point Estero, California, USA
Explore the rocky cliffs, sandy coves, and nature trails of the Cayucos Bluffs. Perfect for light walking and jogging with panoramic views of Cayucos, Morro Rock, and the Pacific Ocean.
San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
San Luis Obispo Wine Region
SLO Wine Region includes two small adjoining American Viticultural Areas—the Edna Valley and Arroyo Grande Valley—and other nearby winegrowing areas. Each of these areas shares a unifying proximity to the ocean, as well as to each other. SLO Wine Country is populated by artisan vintners and family-owned wineries. The majority of the region’s vineyard acreage is Sustainability in Practice (SIP) certified, reflecting a shared respect for the environment.
Bubblegum Alley, Higuera Street, San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Bubblegum Alley is a quirky attraction in downtown San Luis Obispo, California, known for its accumulation of used bubble gum on the walls of an alley. It is a 15-foot high and 70-foot long alley lined with chewed gum left by passers-by.
Bishops Peak Trail Head, Brittany Circle, San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Bishops Peak Hiking Trail
Located right off Highway 1, Bishops Peak is a nice steep hike that provides amazing vistas of the town and coast. It is 3.5 miles round trip, but does about 1000 feet of elevation gain during that short hike and is not a walk in the park.
Pirates Cove Beach, Cave Landing Road, San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
During the Prohibition Era, 1919-1933, Cave Landing became a favorite spot for rum runners evading the Coast Guard and U.S. Revenue authorities. Now, this beautiful cove is one of the best known clothing-optional beaches in the country. Did someone say, "no tan lines"?
North Ocean Avenue, Cayucos, CA, USA
Pier View Suites is nestled adjacent to the beach in the downtown section of Cayucos. Known as "California's Last Small Beach Town", our beachside community offers classic surfer vibes and genuine hospitality. Here, you'll find a wide selection of dining from casual seafood shacks and chowder houses to upscale farm-to-table bistros and international cuisine. There are also a number of shops, art galleries, history museums and massive antique shops. Everything is walking distance from our boutique hotel.
Hardie Park, Cayucos, CA, USA
Hardie Pool & Tennis Courts
Enjoy taking our community pool and tennis courts during seasonal hours - just a short stroll from our hotel.